Sonoma State University has released a list of more than 400 species, including endangered species, that can be found throughout the county.
The Sonoma Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Sonoma National Forest, and the Sonomac Conservation District are the counties offices that work with the Department of Natural Resources.
Sonoma County has been designated as one of the most biodiverse counties in the United States.
The Sonoma region is home to the world’s largest concentration of red-legged frogs, native forests, and red-spotted spiders.
It is also home to an abundance of native plants and animals.
The list of endangered species included in the report is extensive.
A number of these species are considered to be critical to the survival of the region’s wildlife.
The report notes that a variety of species have been listed as endangered in Sonomas name and some of these have been in serious decline for years.
Sonomas most endangered species include:The endangered species list lists the following animals as being threatened with extinction:The list also includes some species that are known to occur in the Sonomas area:CrocodilesThe endangered birds include:Eagles and hawksThe endangered mammals include:Osprey, sea otters, waterfowl and walruses.
Sonomac is home an area of more species than anywhere else in California, including some that are rare and threatened.
The area’s natural beauty, wildlife and recreational opportunities make it one of California’s premier destinations for wildlife.